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Sentier national en Matawinie

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This eight-section trail runs through the northern regions of Lanaudière and Laurentides. Nature in all its splendour!

Location: Rawdon and others

Level: intermediate (170 km)

Free

Parc national du Mont-Tremblant

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Accessible only in the fall, La Grande Randonnée trail connects the Monroe Lake sector to La Pimbina sector.

Location: Lac-Supérieur

Level: intermediate (81.8 km)

Fee

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La Marche d’Alphonse

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Located in the Oka sector, this course takes place on streets, country roads, bike paths and forest trails in the Parc national d’Oka.

Location: Saint-Eustache

Level: easy (100 km)

Free

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Pic Johannsen (935 m or 3068 ft.)

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This trail runs along a stream and is dotted with waterfalls. It offers a few viewpoints on the ascent over the Diable and Rouge valleys. The view at the top is partial due to vegetation.

Location: Parc National du Mont-Tremblant

Level: difficult (14.6 km, round trip)

Fee

Mont Blanc

From glades to moguls, beginner runs to double diamonds, mountains of fun await the whole family at Mont Blanc. Enjoy après-ski with a view of the slopes, as well as ski-in, ski-out lodgings.

Vertical drop: 208 m
Lifts: 3
Trails: 43

 FacileFaciles : 6
Intermédiaire Difficiles : 13
Difficile Très difficiles : 18
Très difficile Extrêmement difficiles : 6

Two children playing in the snow

Tremblant

Ski all day, then drift down into the picturesque village to explore Tremblant’s eclectic selection of après-ski spots, exceptional restaurants and cozy accommodations.

Vertical drop: 645 m
Lifts: 14
Trails: 102

 EasyEasy: 22
Difficult Difficult: 31
Very difficult Very difficult: 37
Extremely difficult Extremely difficult: 12

Skiers heading down towards a resort

Sommet Saint-Sauveur

As the first resort to open and one of the last to close in Québec—and one of the largest night skiing areas in Canada—Sommet Saint-Sauveur lets skiers squeeze maximum fun out of the season.

Vertical drop: 213 m
Lifts: 8
Trails: 43

 EasyEasy: 10
Difficult Difficult: 9
Very difficult Very difficult: 18
Extremely difficult Extremely difficult: 5

Body of water: Lac Piscatosine

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Location :
Ferme Neuve (zone 11)

Beginning of activities :
January 2, 2024

Anticipated closing date :
End of March, 2024

Fishing conditions :
Excellent

Species :
Lake whitefish, Lake Trout, Monkfish, Northen pike, Yellow walleye, Yellow perch.

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Itinerary

Get away to a region full of possibilities

Days
4
Destination
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Activities
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Ice fishing

The day ends with a quintessential activity at the Pourvoirie du Lac Berval: ice fishing! Here you’ll find two species of trout to catch—rainbow and brook—which you’re sure to reel in with flying colours. Ready to tackle the challenge?